Gives students a basis for thinking clearly about real love and shows that mere conviction of love is not enough to insure lasting happiness.
Director: Ted Peshak. Camera: Dale Sharkey. Writers: Mel Waskin, George Tychsen, Hartley Pfeil. Editor: Ace Moore. Educational Collaborator: Reuben Hill, Ph.D., Research Professor in Family Life, The University of North Carolina. With Rosemary Kelly (Nora's mother).
July 15, 2017 Subject:
here's a hint: Agree to have watercress salad.
A girl who is having doubts about her love life does as we all would do, and that's turn to her Mother for advice. Mom gives out almost exactly the same advice the two teens got in "Are You Ready For Marriage". Things really come to a head when she goes out on a double date with her boyfriend and his brother (their relationship is never explained until later when we find out about the double date, which makes for great "Who is this person?" conversation. During the date, the other couple who are engaged, do nice couply things together, ordering Watercress salad etc. While the girl and her date, well.. the date wants the leg of lamb (wow, he must be hungry) while she wants chinese food. Soon, they realize that they can't make the commitment if they can't agree to gastronomical choices. After all, isn't that what's love is all about? Reccomended!